Magicians -- United States -- Archives. : [The history of magic scrapbooks from the Houdini collection, with related material from the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center] [electronic resource], 1874-1926 1890-1926.
Keith, George, 1639?-1716. : Light and truth triumphant : or, George Keith's imagined Magick of Quakerism confirmed, utterly confounded. And confronted by his own, and divers approved authors testimonies, collected in an appendix Annexed hereunto. Published for Information of Sober Enquirers: by a Servant of Jesus Christ, George Whitehead.
Magill, John, d. 1816, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : An accurate report of the trial of John Magill, John Doe, Joseph Madden, James Park, and James Dixon, muslin weavers, for attempting to blow up and set fire to the house of Mr. Francis Johnston, of Belfast, muslin manufacturer, with an account of the execution and dying declaration of John Doe and John Magill, who were executed at Belfast, 6th September, 1816 [electronic resource].
Magill, Joseph, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Report of the trial of the indictment, the Queen v. Magill [electronic resource] : tried at the county of Antrim, Summer assizes, 1859 : (held at Belfast,) before the Lord Chief Baron Pigot, and the following special jury, Edward Harris Clarke (foreman), William Mitchell, James Darbishire, Arthur C. Weir, James Gardiner, Richard Grueber, William M'Ferran, Montague B. Mulligan, Thomas Major, Frederick Kinahan, Jonathan Cordukes, and John Macaw, Esqrs.
Magindanao language -- Vocabulary. : A voyage to New Guinea, and the Moluccas, from Balambangan : including an account of Magindano, Sooloo, and other islands; and Illustrated with Thirty Copperplates. Performed in the Tartar Galley, Belonging to the Honourable East India Company, During the Years 1774, 1775, and 1776, by Captain Thomas Forrest. To which is added, a vocabulary of the Magindano tongue.